David Pogue on what’s a “real” photograph

David Pogue, who writes about technology and gadgets for The New York Times has an interesting post on his blog: “Photoshop and photography: When is it real?” He talks about a photo contest in which the winners were digitally manipulated images. He raises the question of how much manipulations — from lighting and posing to combining images to create new pictures — is justified. Read on.

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